A well-worn E-Unit makes its station stop at the "B&O's church." No. 66 was built for the CB&Q as E8A No. 9972 in August of 1953 and was later rebuilt by Morrison-Knudson in the 1970s. ... (more)
A morning MARC train destined for Union Station passes JD Tower, which controlled the junction of the Capital and Alexandria Subdivisions.
From the conductors seat of a E9 arriving in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Northbound MARC service at Odenton; afternoon rush.
MARC 66 was rebuilt from CSX GP40 6637, nee-B&O 4062. The train is neaded to Baltimore from Washington, D.C.
MARC commuter train is dwarfed by the tunnel at Harpers Ferry. Seen here crossing the Potomac River with commuters returning to the West Virginia suburbs from Washington DC.
MARC P873 pulling into the Brunswick, MD station with a load of passengers from D.C. Canon EOS 10D w/ 70-200mm F/4L lens. 1/320 sec @ F/7.1.